Torah study is an important part of daily living as it too lives as an eitz chayim, a Tree of Life. Torah is our history, our laws, and gives us a light through which we bring to life ancient teachings in our modern world. And what makes Torah study exciting is the interaction we have with fellow students.
TBS offers a weekly Torah study on Shabbat Mornings. We invite learners of all backgrounds to come and share their insights and learn more as we discuss the weekly Torah portion with Rabbi Cohen.
Our TBS Torah study group has even written their own Torah Commentaries. We invite you to read and learn with us.
No RSVP is necessary, simply show up at 9:15 a.m. on Shabbat morning for Torah Study and Shabbat morning service.
And now, it’s not just on Shabbat morning anymore! Join the discussion throughout the week with our on-line email Torah study list. Unsubscribe directions are given in each email, and to foster productive discussion, our online discussion partners agree to be governed by the following rules:
- The discussions on this list are usuall sparked by this week’s Torah Portion, but as topics go astray (as we know they will), we understand that other issues of Torah study may be discussed.
- We encourage participation from all our members – we take learners of all levels, and the adage of “There are no stupid comments” applies here. While the Rabbis may offer their opinions from time to time, it can and will be led by anyone who first proposes an idea.
- It is understood that there may be those who are new to Torah study on our list, and so long-time chevrutah should follow the adage “There are no stupid comments”.
- This discussion list is provided by TBS at no charge to its members and interested parties. However, we reserve the right to disable a user’s subscription should their manner become abusive or attacking. It is required that all participants show honor and respect to one another, since Torah study is not meant to create rifts between individuals
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